Students hold an internship while at the College of Business
Based on 2019-2020 First Destination Reports
Job or educational placement rate within 180 days of graduation
Average starting salary for College of Business undergrads
Step into the fast-paced, ever-changing and in-demand world of real estate
Careers in Real Estate
The real estate industry is enormous and dynamic, changing from minute-to-minute. A quality education, an established network of professional connections, and your natural interest in the field can help you stand out in this competitive field.
A thriving market means that there are always opportunities and career options. When you’re ready to take the lessons you learned at the College of Business and apply them in the job market, the Career Management Center is there to help. A service offered exclusively to College of Business students, the Career Management Center hosts career fairs and networking events, connects students with internships, and creates networking opportunities throughout the year.
Real Estate for a Better World
Take your natural interests and craft them into a lasting career. While studying real estate at the College of Business, you’ll learn from faculty who have years of real estate and financial experience. You’ll find specialized resources like the Everitt Real Estate Center and a suite of courses that account for the latest changes and best practices in the field of real estate.
Build a Strong Foundation in Real Estate
Savvy real estate professionals use a multi-disciplinary approach to their work, and our program offers you the same. You’ll gain exposure to a range of business specializations and concentrations that the College has to offer. This well-rounded understanding of the real estate industry will better prepare you for a flexible and successful career.
As part of your real estate concentration with the College of Business, you’ll find a unique mix of courses that emphasize career readiness, explain key theories, and impart practical skills in addition to your general education and All-University Core Curriculum (AUCC) courses. The College offers some of these courses so you can complete your requirements faster. Business majors who enroll in the real estate concentration will take 24 credits worth of specific courses.
Engage with Faculty Setting the Standard
Faculty to Student Ratio
As a real estate professional, you’ll work with individuals, public and private entities, and many others to help them reach their goals. In much the same way, you’ll work alongside a team of talented and passionate faculty in the College of Business. Using their industry knowledge and experience, they’ll help you reach your career aspirations.
With so much of the real estate industry revolving around costs and benefits, it only makes sense that much of your coursework will take finance into account. As you work with College of Business faculty, you’ll benefit from their experience working in fields like:
- Investing - Utilizing property and land resources as capital
- Corporate finance - Securing and leveraging funding to achieve company goals
- International finance - The movement of money and wealth between nations
- Energy - Renewable and sustainable energy resource management
“A lot of professors really care about your wellbeing.”
— Pierce Edwards, 2020 Outstanding Graduate, Read his story
Join the college of Business
Invest in your success and start exploring what a background in real estate can offer you. The first step toward a fulfilling career in real estate is to become a business major.
You can learn more by attending an upcoming information session or using the contact form below to ask questions. Once you’ve learned about how our real estate concentration aligns with your career goals, you can begin your application.
For students who are already enrolled in the College of Business, you can speak with your academic advisor about declaring this concentration.
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